VIENNA, Austria - May 10, 2012 - Team Vienna Games today announced the release of it's first augmented reality game Bubble Tap exclusive for Wikitude powered by Wikitude’s ARchitect Engine.

Bubble Tap has been developed exclusively for Wikitude by Team Vienna Games, (MMO 7Million, Facebook Zombiees!) whose founders are previous staff members from Rockstar Games. Bubble Tap features a fun and engaging interface that invites users to pop a series of bubbles floating around them.  As the player progresses the difficulty increases with longer series to pop, causing the player to become more and more physically involved with the game.

Not just your standard “Tap and Pop” - Bubble Tap in AR utilizes a 360° gaming surface with players having to physically rotate to get higher scores.

“When you see people playing and turning around and trying to catch these bubbles in their augmented reality world, that’s where the fun starts, and that’s the difference to other game experiences. We see tremendous potential in AR games and lots of new ideas will surface going forward,” comments Team Vienna Games CEO Kaweh Kazemi.

Goto and download the Wikitude Augemented Reality Browser to play the game. 

Bubble Tap is available via Wikitude for FREE, available for iOS and Android.

About Team Vienna Games

Team Vienna Games was established in 2006. The founders and former co-workers at Rockstar Vienna, CEO and Creative Director Kaweh Kazemi and Art Director Peter Pisarik, can draw upon many years of experience and benefit from those within the social gaming market. The wide-ranging core competences of the present team are game design and technical development as well as art direction and the graphical realization of game content. With Zombiees! (2011) Team Vienna Games focuses now on social games development and released it's first augmented reality game Bubble Tap in 2012.  

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